In a peer-to-peer call between Alice and Bob, for example on call.me/thecall → the conferenceID would be “thecall” or the complete URL. Alice will report herself as the localUserID and Bob as the remoteUserID, and vice-versa, Bob would report himself as the localUserID and Alice as the remoteUserID.
This results in 4 cases:
- Alice reporting on the data sent to Bob: Alice* -> Bob, note arrow reports the direction and star denotes the reporting party.
- Bob reporting on the data received from Alice: Alice -> Bob*
- Bob reporting the data sent to Alice: Bob* -> Alice
- Alice reporting on the data received from Bob: Bob -> Alice*
This nomenclature (A->B*) is used on our graphs.
Similar shades of a color represent pairs of flows where the same participant is reporting the stats:
Please note! You can zoom in on the graph using the tiny graph at the bottom (select an interval).